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Pitt Clemens

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« : 09-21-2003 14:25 »

I'm no sissy, but what do you think is the single most romantic moment in Futurama?

In my own opinion I think it's the final shot of the final show...How romantic.
(sighs)

...

And now a B-52 bomber, dropping it's payload on a parade of homelss kittens.
MrB

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« #1 : 09-21-2003 14:30 »

I'd have to say the ending to the Why of Fry.  It was short, sweet and left you with a good feeling.
Bobby King

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« #2 : 09-21-2003 14:32 »

Leela: Looks like everybody gots somebody, except me...

Fry: And me...

"A Flight to Remember"

Jamesbondcja

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« #3 : 09-21-2003 14:34 »
« : 09-21-2003 14:34 »

Ya sissy!

  :p

Well I gota go with Devils hands , lots of other good ones though.
Anarchist

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« #4 : 09-21-2003 14:52 »

Either the "oxygen" scene from Love and Rocket, or the ending of The Sting. I can't pick between those two.
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« #5 : 09-21-2003 14:57 »

Man, there were a lot of these.  I'm going to go with Fry and Leela under the mistletoe, right before Santa attacks with the TOW missle.
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« #6 : 09-21-2003 15:03 »

The end of Love and Rocket.

And me, Zoidberg!
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« #7 : 09-21-2003 16:18 »

End of the sting
Futurama_Hil

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« #8 : 09-21-2003 17:04 »
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Definately the L & R scene from when Fry gives his oxygen all the way to he very end- that's a beautiful scene at the end. Although every romantic moment (at least for Fry and Leela) is a joy for me.   :)
zoidyzoid

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« #9 : 09-21-2003 17:47 »

 
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Originally posted by Frymeister:
End of the sting

I agree. There have been heaps of romantic moments in Futurama, but that's the one that stays with me the most.
Xmpel

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« #10 : 09-21-2003 18:21 »

Love & Rocket. Bender and Lucy Liu.
Venus

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« #11 : 09-21-2003 18:27 »

end of the sting. i just love the idea of Fry waiting for so long when he's basically been told theres no hope.
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« #12 : 09-21-2003 18:39 »
« : 09-21-2003 18:39 »

Fry basicly giving his chance to become Famous and get any woman he wanted for Leela at the end of The Devil's Hands Are Idol Playthings.
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« #13 : 09-21-2003 18:42 »

I'll vote for the holophoner sequence from Parasites Lost.

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« #14 : 09-21-2003 18:58 »

Which one?  I personally like the second one better.
alexvilagosh

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« #15 : 09-21-2003 19:01 »

I would definatly also say the oxygen scene from 'Love And Rocket'. I'm no shipper, but it was so sweet!
John C
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« #16 : 09-21-2003 20:40 »

End of Devil's Hands. The most uplifting, beautiful melody I've ever heard. If someone played something like that for me, I would consider it pretty darn romantic.
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« #17 : 09-21-2003 23:27 »

Just wake up Leela, please, just wake up.
Margarita

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« #18 : 09-21-2003 23:46 »

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
end of the sting. i just love the idea of Fry waiting for so long when he's basically been told theres no hope.

i only have to agree... :D
"The Sting".
Asylum-Fry

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« #19 : 09-21-2003 23:54 »

Ah, yes. The most romantic moment...

The oxygen scene from Love and Rocket, or the part already quoted by LHE from The Sting. Both are suspenseful, sad, yet they pull through at the end. Superbly well written.

Okay, I'll make a choice. The Sting scene. Especially the transition from the picture frame talking to Fry himself talking, it just beats L&R by a little bit.


As for Devil's Hands... don't get me started, that episode was out of whack from the beginning. I can almost tell that in the space between the end of the recital, and the part where Fry and Bender are sitting at the table in the PE building, Fry snuck down to the Professor's lab and asked the What-If machine this question: "What if I could play the holophoner again?" That episode was just... not right.
Pitt Clemens

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« #20 : 09-22-2003 00:06 »

 
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Originally posted by Asylum-Fry:
As for Devil's Hands... don't get me started, that episode was out of whack from the beginning. I can almost tell that in the space between the end of the recital, and the part where Fry and Bender are sitting at the table in the PE building, Fry snuck down to the Professor's lab and asked the What-If machine this question: "What if I could play the holophoner again?" That episode was just... not right.

Yeah, but realisticly you can say that about any episode. "What if..." is the very essence of premise.  "Why must I be a Crustacian in love" is "What if Zoidberg got horny?"  "Cyber house rules" is simply "What if Leela had 2 eyes?"  "Teenage Mutant Leela's Hurdles" is only..."What the hell?"

Anyway, I don't think it's proper to knock the episode because it has a premise.  Personally I'm glad they took a minor, but incredible element of "parasites lost" and expanded it.  Holophoners are cool.
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« #21 : 09-22-2003 02:16 »

The holophoner scene in Parasites Lost is the most romantic moment that I can think of in Futurama  :)
mikey

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« #22 : 09-22-2003 02:40 »

The ending to "time keeps on slipping"
Coop

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« #23 : 09-22-2003 06:28 »

 
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Originally posted by mikey:
The ending to "time keeps on slipping"

What? That was a sad ending! lol.

Anyway, I think the first time Leela put her hand on Fry's in "Space Pilot 3000" was one of the only times that I believed it was a possibility for them to be together..
mikey

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« #24 : 09-22-2003 08:43 »

Well it was romantic what fry did...
Futurama_Hil

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« #25 : 09-22-2003 13:11 »
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I was just thinking about the whole, L & R scene today in school, reciting Zoidberg's lines while thinking of the scenes in my head. Call me pathetic, call me what you will- I literally shedded a tear. It's a very beautiful scene at the very end! I can't say this enough!   :)
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« #26 : 09-22-2003 13:12 »
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Theres just so many touching moments. But I think my favourite is the moment at the end, and throughout The Sting, That was such a beautiful episode. It filled me with a lot of emotion and brought a tear to my eye when watching it    :)
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« #27 : 09-22-2003 13:14 »

I agree with GM, the end of 'The Sting' is so touching and romantic, and the climax makes it stronger  :)
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« #28 : 09-22-2003 18:01 »
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Here's a list of the episodes with the most romantic moments in my opinion:

1.The Holophoner Sequence in "Parisites Lost."  Now that was Super Romance. Although I had a tough time choosing between Sting and Parisites Lost because I think the moment was somewhat tainted by the facts that worms are doing this.  If you don't pay attention to that, though, you can definately see that this is the most romantic moment in Futurama ever.   :love:   :love:   :love:

2. Throughout "The Sting."  It was romantic how Leela felt about Fry the whole episode.      :love:

3.  The "You leave me breathless" scene and the chalk heart dump.  I just realized how romantic this was at the last second.

4.  When the babies swim away and the simulation chamber moments in "Kiff Gets Knocked Up a Notch."  That dedication to the babies is instant romance.

5. The end of "Devil's Hands."  The episode ending was romantic, but it was more touching than romantic in my eyes.  But it's still romantic. 
aslate

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« #29 : 09-22-2003 18:04 »



I even avatarised that and PCC used it for a bit, but i can't be arsed to search for it!
Teral

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« #30 : 09-23-2003 13:36 »

Either the "Sonata For A Cyclops" (although the ending holphoner plays in PL and TDAIP are cute too) in "Parasites Lost" or this scene:



It's just that little motion of Fry placing his hand on Leela's and she just smiles at him, that made me go "aawwwwww..." A bit remiscent of a similar scene in SP3K.
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« #31 : 09-23-2003 17:00 »
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Whene Hermes and LaBarbara ride of in the slowmobile. It brings tears.  :cry: Its beautiful. I wish someone would ride a slowmobile with me  :(
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« #32 : 09-25-2003 13:29 »

The end of The Sting, even though it was ruined by fry's childness.
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« #33 : 09-25-2003 15:49 »

 
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Originally posted by VPActionRanger:
The end of The Sting, even though it was ruined by fry's childness.

Now when you say Fry's childness, I'm assuming you're referring to the "You could really use a shower."  "You too." lines, in which case it would be Leela's childness since she spoke first.
1 of the gang

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« #34 : 09-25-2003 19:30 »

Okays...most romantic moments...in order...

1)The Sting.Just seeing how romantic Fry was in her dreams and how she felt about him all along.And the seeing how devouted he was to just sit by her for 2 weeks when everyone else told him there was no hope of her waking up.

2)The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings.The way Fry gives up fame and fortune just to save Leela.And the end of the opera(though crude and poorly drawn)was very sweet.

3)Parasites Lost.The holophoner solo was beautiful.'nough said.

4)(And last but deffinatly not least)Love and Rokets.Fry giving all his oxygen to Leela so that she can live was romatic beyond belief.(putting someone's life before your own is the #1 way to get their love.I know I'd fall head over heels)

  :love:   :love:   :love:
Futurama_Hil

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« #35 : 09-26-2003 13:55 »

 
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Originally posted by 1 of the gang:
2)The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings.The way Fry gives up fame and fortune just to save Leela.And the end of the opera(though crude and poorly drawn)was very sweet.

First of all, it wasn't poorly drawn, it was intended to be cute and schweet.  ;)

 
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4)(And last but deffinatly not least)Love and Rokets.Fry giving all his oxygen to Leela so that she can live was romatic beyond belief.(putting someone's life before your own is the #1 way to get their love.I know I'd fall head over heels)

Second of all, wouldn't that technically be "least" since it's last on your list.  ;)
1 of the gang

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« #36 : 09-26-2003 16:21 »

when i said poorly drawn i ment like it looked childish and i got the whole point of the cuteness/schweetness.And when I said "Last but deffinatly not least."I ment its not the least best scene...uhh...uh oh...i just confused myself...but u guys get the point right?lol.
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« #37 : 09-26-2003 23:33 »

Any of the holophone scenes that are done for Leela.
Lionel Hutz Esq

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« #38 : 09-27-2003 02:54 »

 
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Originally posted by VPActionRanger:
The end of The Sting, even though it was ruined by fry's childness.


 
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Originally posted by Nixorbo:
 Now when you say Fry's childness, I'm assuming you're referring to the "You could really use a shower."  "You too." lines, in which case it would be Leela's childness since she spoke first.

And that isn't childish, that's friendship.  There is just affection in their voices, and after twoweeks, they probably both need it.
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« #39 : 09-27-2003 03:17 »

Love and Rocket... Fry was willin' to make the ultimate sacrifice for his Leela.  :)
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